Happy New Year from Vinography. As the rain pours down in sheets here in Northern California, the rivers rise, and the last golden and orange leaves fall from the grapevines, I hope you are cozy and warm wherever you are, enjoying a nice bottle of wine with people that you love. I wish you health and happiness in the year to come, and if you're the resolution creating type, why not resolve to spend more time with the people and doing the things you enjoy most. If one of those is drinking wine, I hope you'll be adventurous -- explore, learn more, try new things, and above all, have a great time of it. We are all so lucky.
All my best,
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